Time for another update!
I know that I keep talking about upcoming projects, yet none have launched yet… Typically I’ve put quite a lot on my plate and am trying to complete several projects for launch asap. One of these ventures is moving into the photoshop tutorials field in a more serious way. I’ve found that my tutorials at Push Standards have received great success and drawn a lot of traffic, and I really feel that there is a great market potential for high quality Photoshop tutorials. There is also a lot of traffic to be drawn from very little effort.
My aim is to stop posting my tutorials on this site and create a separate site purely for Photoshop tutorials. This way I will be able to target my audience more specifically rather than diluting my tutorials with other content. I can’t say exactly when this site will be launching but I’m estimating the start of June (merely because I have exams fast approaching to conclude this year at University).
However, that isn’t to say that in the mean time I’ll stop writing tutorials! I’ve actually been hired by Michael Dunlop of Retireat21 to write Photoshop tutorials for his new website WebDesignDev. Both sites are excellent, and I highly recommend them. It’s very exciting to be involved over at WebDesignDev, and I feel privileged that Michael was interested in my services. He’s already getting a lot of traffic to the site and has some big names in the Photoshop industry involved.
He published my first tutorial today, a lesson on how to create a travel blog design from scratch. Don’t worry about the author being ‘Michael Dunlop’ currently, I’ll be receiving my own author account soon. You can see the finished result below, so please click the image to be linked to the full tutorial!
Check back soon for more updates. I’m currently developing my BIG project for the summer with my partner, and am also planning the marketing campaign for the music website that I mentioned a couple of posts ago.